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All Hallows Dramatic Society
The Year is 1952.
• George VI of England dies; his daughter becomes Elizabeth II (Feb. 6).
Nobel Peace Prize:
Albert Schweitzer (French Equatorial Africa)

• King Farouk of Egypt is ousted by a military coup (July 23). General Mohammed Naguib assumes power.
Sports: Wimbledon
Women: Maureen Connolly d. L. Brough (7-5 6-3)
Men: Frank Sedgman d. J. Drobny (4-6 6-2 6-3 6-2)
World Series
NY Yankees d. Brooklyn Dodgers (4-3)
NBA Championship
Minneapolis Lakers d. New York (4-3)
Stanley Cup
Detroit d. Montreal (4-0)
• Singin’ in the Rain, High Noon, The Greatest Show on Earth, Moulin Rouge
Oscars awarded in 1952
Academy Award, Best Picture: An American in Paris, Arthur Freed, producer (MGM)
• All Hallows Dramatic Society Begins with Social Evening 27th May1952.
• First Production Man in a Bowler Hat.

Our Latest Production



   7.30pm  (Doors open at 7pm)

In the Lands of the North where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea,

in the dark night that is very long, the Men of Northlands sit by their great log fires

and they tell a tale . .  .

. . of  Noggin the Nog!

The classic stories by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin, which became one of the

most iconic television series of the 1970s, are playfully retold using puppets, original

music, film – and a cast of silly Vikings.

Accompanied by the brave and mighty Thor Nogson and the great green bird Graculus, we go North on a journey of adventure and discovery to battle the fearsome

Ice Dragon and the dastardly deeds of Noggin’s wicked uncle, Nogbad the Bad.

For children, families and fans.

Tickets can be reserved at 01159 821710 or email: richard.farr1@ntlworld.com

Tickets are £10 Adults   –  £5 Under 18’s.

Venue:             All Hallows Halls

                        Pierrepont Road,

                        Lady Bay, West Bridgford,

                        Nottingham.  NG2 5BP.

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